Nothing Warranty Information

Nothing devices often have unique designs and features that make them stand out from other options. However, before you purchase a device from Nothing, it’s important to know whether it comes with a warranty and what the warranty covers.

Do Nothing Devices Come With a Warranty?

Nothing devices come with a basic 12-month warranty that begins from the date of delivery. The warranty covers manufacturing defects but does not include coverage for accidental damage. Specifically, the limited warranty excludes coverage for damage from drops, liquid spills, scratches and cracks, and exposure to sand or dirt. Of course, there are a number of other exclusions that you can read about in the limited warranty’s fine print.

According to Nothing’s repair policy, here’s how you can make a claim: “To make a claim, please provide your original proof of purchase (invoice(s)), Product(s) model and serial number of the Product, and photo evidence of the Product’s defects to Nothing Customer Service.”

As long as the damage is a manufacturing defect, Nothing will handle the cost of the repairs, including the cost of shipping and parts. The limited warranty applies to the Nothing Phone (1), Nothing Ear (1), and Nothing Ear (Stick).

Do You Need an Extended Warranty for Nothing Devices?

Unfortunately, the limited warranty doesn’t offer comprehensive protection. Instead, it only covers defects and damage that result directly from the manufacturing process. So, if you spill water onto the Nothing Ear (1), the limited warranty becomes void, and you’ll have to pay for the repairs (or replacement).

Because there are many ways to damage the Nothing devices, it’s essential to purchase an extended warranty. An extended warranty will extend the protection that you get from the limited warranty and add on additional coverage. For example, an Upsie warranty for earbuds includes accidental damage from drops and liquid spills.

So, even if you drop the earbuds in water, you have access to easy repairs through Upsie.

Benefits of an Extended Warranty

There are numerous benefits of having an extended warranty. First of all, you won’t have to pay for repairs out of pocket. Instead, you can contact your extended warranty provider and access repairs. Some warranty companies will even offer replacements when repairing the device doesn't make sense.

Some other benefits of an extended warranty include:

  • Repairs or replacement devices
  • Comprehensive coverage
  • Accidental damage protection (for most devices)
  • Easy claims process

Some warranty companies, like Upsie, offer earbud warranties that last up to three years.

Disadvantages of an Extended Warranty

There aren’t many disadvantages to buying an extended warranty. The only disadvantage comes from buying an extended warranty that overcharges for the coverage. However, as long as you avoid purchasing your warranty from overpriced providers, you won’t have to worry.

Upsie, for example, charges up to 70% less for their earbud warranties compared to warranties from stores. So, if you purchase your warranties from Upsie, you’ll have comprehensive protection at an affordable price.

What Is the Best Warranty for Nothing Devices?

Upsie offers the best warranties for earbuds and smartphones from Nothing. To make sure your device gets the best coverage, Upsie customizes the plan based on the device. One of Upsie’s unique plans is the smartphone subscription warranty.

With an Upsie smartphone subscription warranty, customers pay $9.99 per month and gain coverage for screen cracks, liquid spills, drops, and more. Plus, there’s a $0 cracked screen deductible. This means that if you accidentally crack your phone screen, you’ll pay nothing to get it repaired.

Upsie’s smartphone subscription warranties cover the following:

  • Battery failure
  • Power failure
  • Camera failure
  • Touchscreen failure
  • And more

Upsie also uses a wide network of certified repair shops. Upsie’s network supports small businesses while simultaneously ensuring that the customers get the best repairs in their area. Often, customers can get same-day repairs for their broken smartphones. In addition, customers can purchase an Upsie smartphone warranty for old, new, and used phones regardless of when they bought it.

For earbuds and headphones, Upsie has a non-subscription plan. So, for the $99 Nothing Ear (Stick), a two-year Upsie warranty costs $9.99, and a three-year warranty costs $15.99. This one-time payment gives you access to 24/7/365 unlimited claims up to the device’s purchase price. If you need to make a claim, you’ll pay an affordable $25 deductible. Customers can purchase an Upsie earbud warranty for devices bought in the last 60 days.

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